World Heritage Deliberated in Krakow.
The 41st session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee takes place in Krakow from July 2nd to July 12th, 2017. Following the opening ceremony at the Wawel Royal Castle, the proceedings go on in the ICE conference center at 17 Konopnickiej street and Monte Cassino street. Among other matters delegates of the Committee’s 21 member states are to evaluate 34 new sites nominated for listing as the UNESCO World Heritage. Other participants include delegations of some 190 countries, signatories of the UNESCO convention on the world heritage and the affiliated organizations. The main conference is accompanied by a number of accompanying events. In 2018 Krakow will celebrated the 40th anniversary of its inclusion in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage.
Euro 2017 U-21
Championship in Krakow.
Krakow co-hosts Euro 2017 Under-21 football championship
in the second half of June, together with five other
Polish cities. Besides Poland eleven national teams
qualified, all players aged 21 years or younger. The
Krakow venue is Stadion Cracovia stadium, situated just
a ten minutes’ walk from Rynek Glowny central
square. It has been chosen for the final on June 30th,
2017 as well as one of semifinals on June 27th. Earlier
– on June 18th, June 21st, and June 24th – the Krakow
stadium is to host matches of Group C which consists of
Germany, the Czech Republic, Denmark, and Italy.